Most-Read Montville Stories in December
Police presence at schools, Route 202 paving project make headlines.
Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried sent an alert out to parents after one student's remarks allegedly caused classmates concern.
A man was arrested after allegedly taking money from the Towaco home he was working in.
Several police officers were promoted during a township committee meeting.
Police officers were seen at all Montville schools in the days following the shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Township officials reported back after gathering information on the process of dropping the utility, though no decision was made to do so.
A paving project caused traffic to back up near the I-287 ramps.
Fundraised money was used to renovate a house that will be used by three Montville organizations.
As Montville Township Board of Education Member Jon Alin resigned from his position on the board, he said the improvements to school security were something he was most proud of.
State police released their annual unified crime report, which included statistics on Montville.
Montville woman affected has heavy heart for victims of Sandy Hook School massacre.